Comment: I have a rumor for you. It's a historical one. When Cornelius Vanderbilt (the famous railroad tycoon) was asked for funding by a private inventor for an air brake on trains, Vanderbilt replied in a letter, "I've no time to waste on fools." After the rejection, the inventor eventually gained funding from another source. His invention made millions and soon, Vanderbilt sent a letter asking to see the new invention. The inventor replied, "I've no time to waste on fools."
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